- to talk about something that is always or usually true: I live here. Children ask a lot of questions.
- to talk about habitual actions: She often phones me. They play football every day.
- in affirmative sentences, we add -s or -es in the third person singular (he, she, it): I live / He lives / We watch / She watches / They fly / It flies
- in negative sentences we use: I / You / We / They don´t live in Mexico. He / She / It doesn´t live in Uruguay.
- in questions we use: Do you / I / we / they live in Mexico? Does he / she / it live in Uruguay?
viernes, 17 de junio de 2011
We use the present simple: